Mumbai: The most prestigious and star-studded gala of Mid-Day’s Show Biz Icon Award 2019 were recently held in Grand Hyatt, Mumbai.
Business, Media and Bollywood celebrities such as Neil Nitin Mukesh, Urvashi Rautela, Shama Sikander, Nikita Rawal, Jaswinder Narula, Jayanti Lal Gada, director Anil Sharma, Utkarsh Sharma, Milinn Gunaji, Karishma Kapoor and more grace the gala event.
Actor, Producer and social activist, Nikita Rawal won “Mid day’s Show biz icon award” for her work and efforts in Acting, producing content and social work under her NGO Aastha Foundation for the year 2019 in the event.
Nikita Rawal is a multidimensional personality, full of confidence and talent and has done 1478 live shows. She is an active participant in politics too.
Talking about the event and her win, Nikita said, “This is a great honour for me and I feel immensely happy that my hard work is being recognised. Acting has always been my first love as it gives me the required creative satisfaction and I feel proud that I have been able to establish a name in the industry. I am also grateful to Mid-day, which has bestowed me with the honour. I intend to continue such work and hope to keep winning the hearts of my audience. This is indeed a big encouragement for me and all the young talent in our country.”
Nikita is trained in classical, Kathak, Western, Ballet, Kuchipudi and more dance forms. She has represented India on national television in Kathak. She has also been accolades with many awards for the same.
She has done music videos on Venus Music Company and has acted in movies like Garam masala, Mr. Black and White with Arshad Warsi and Sunil Shetty, Happy birthday, Amma ki bol, Cute Kamina and more.
Apart from acting, Nikita is involved in social welfare and political activities. She is the founder of an NGO called Aastha Foundation which caters to the need of every person and covers all the aspects. The organisation focuses on helping anyone who is deprived of something or need anything, whether it’s H.I.V. patients and awareness, women’s health (providing them with basic hygiene, availability of sanitary napkins), kids’ education, environment, greenery etc.